Free Pack Of Kick Drums

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Disko Unkle Deep Kicks

Here’s a free collection of kick drum samples by Fahad Anjum aka Disko Unkle. Β It’s called Deep Kicks, and it contains 30 royalty-free kick drums suitable for trance, house, hip-hop, etc. Samples are in 24bit/48kHz mono .wav format.


I checked the kicks, and they sound quite good, so I downloaded and added them to my sample collection.

It’s a nice sounding package, and you can never have too many kick drums. πŸ™‚

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10 Comments

  1. I love free samples πŸ˜€
    I bought a pack from prime loops. It has some good samples but I didn’t expect 90% of the pack to be loops…..I guess thats why its called prime LOOPS. LOL.
    I’d have to say though some of these free packs have real nice samples!

    Thanks for everything you do and share with us!

    • Same here. I’m like a sample collector and also a heavy user πŸ™‚

      Yeah, most of the sample packs (of whatever manufacturer) consists of loops. Loops are very cool, but I’m not a fan of construction kits that many sample packs has these days. That’s just too “ready made” for producers. πŸ™‚

      • craig thomas on

        hear hear, i used to use pre recorded loops all the time at one point, but i can see now that it’s utterly pointless. the idea of making your own productions is to be creative. where’s the creativity in using loops made by someone else?

        • Yeap. Although you CAN be creative with loops as well. You just need to slice & re-arrange & twist & fx them to create something original πŸ™‚

  2. Yeah I agree with you on the construction kits. The pack I bought has a few con. kits and if I were to try and make the original song with it, well I wouldn’t really feel proud of my work….which that would take away the fun and creativity!
    Also I keep messing up with loops lol. Ill make my own beat with kicks, hats, snares/claps etc…then realize it needs more so I’ll try and throw in a light loop, and it doesn’t sound good. Maybe I should start with kicks and a loop and thennnnn throw in some light hats or whatever πŸ˜€ lol

    By the way, I figured out my slide note situation….I set up my midi controler so the keys weren’t velocity sensitive (since I don’t record with it yet) and I had it set wrong or something but I changed it and it seems to be working fine. Thought it was strange but it works! haha πŸ˜€

    • Yea, that’s the downside of construction kits. But of course, there’s always the possibility to turn the loops into something completely original by slicing, re-arranging and putting them through various effects.

      About using loops: try to find a loop that supports your kick, hats and claps. Or make it support them. By that I mean, if you already have a kick, hihats and clap in your drum track, try to find a loop that has a little less hihats, kicks and claps – maybe some percussion loop instead. And remember, with the eq you can do wonders: if you already have a kick drum and you are adding a loop that has a kick drum, you most likely have to cut the low’s from the loop to avoid the overlapping – probably using highpass filter set to cut frequencies around 200Hz and below.

      Glad you solved the slide note problem. πŸ™‚

  3. Screaming Zombie on

    Hi,
    I just Discovered this site and its awesome!! Thanks a lot for all the free samples!!!!
    On most other sites, I can only ever find loops. That’s how I started out in music, just sticking loops together.
    These days I never use loops because its not really your own music if you use them, But it is quite hard to find decent one hit samples!!!!

    Thanks,

    SZ

    • Hey there – I’m glad you’re finding this site useful! πŸ™‚

      About loops tho: remember that you can still use loops and be original if you’re creative with them – cut/copy/re-arrange/pitch-shift/timestretch them and you’ve turned something ready-made to something original. Also, drumloops are excellent source for nice single hit-samples (check out my tutorial on how to make your own drum kits from loops).

      Keep on producing, mate πŸ™‚

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